Despair rules the cricket ground, Afghan players unable to focus

In the last 20 years, it has also emerged as a powerful symbol of national unity in a country riven by civil war and ethnic conflict.

Badri-313: The Taliban’s Elite Commando Unit

While the US was spending billions of dollars in Afghanistan training an army to maintain control of the country after they left, the Taliban, it seems, had plans of their own.

Afghans facing intense food insecurity: WFP

One in three Afghans is at dire risk of food insecurity. The conflict has uprooted all existing mechanisms to support civillians.

WSJ: Sec Blinken was warned about Kabul’s Fall

About two dozen U.S. diplomats in Afghanistan sent an internal cable last month warning Secretary of State Antony Blinken of the potential fall of...

PIA evacuate 350 more people from Kabul

Pakistan has continued to play a positive role amidst chaos in Afghanistan. It is still offering save evacuations and transit routes to those who wish to travel back home.

Erdogan willing to talk to Afghan Taliban

Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said that Ankara is willing to cooperate with the Taliban after they took over Kabul on 15th August....

Taliban and Al-Qaeda: A bond unbroken?

Abu Omar Khorasani was taken from Kabul’s Pul-i-Charkhi prison and unceremoniously shot. The first and only person to have been executed since the Taliban gained...

Afghanistan: Implications of a global failure for US and Pakistan! – Gen Tariq Khan

United States withdrawal from Afghanistan has given rise to a new realty- a belief that divinity has defeated a super power. This may have implications for the whole world but more importantly for Pakistan where hostile countries will exploit religious faultiness. Gen. Tariq Khan, Ex-Head Pakistan's Central Command analyses the challenges for Pakistan.